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ERIC Number: ED352349
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1993-Jan
Pages: 53
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
What Connecticut Teachers Need for Effective Schooling: Professional Issues in Public Education, IV.
Board, John C., Ed.
In the spirit of education reform, this collection of 22 essays written by experienced teacher practitioners addresses the needs of Connecticut's teachers for effective schooling: (1) "Rediscovering Waldo: The Search for Meaning in Education Today"; (2) "Neglecting Children: Teaching Art from a Cart"; (3) "Tomorrow's Effective Bilingual Education Teachers"; (4) "Business Education: The 'Hidden Curriculum'"; (5) "Technology: Focus on the Goal"; (6) "Children Are Our Future: School Counseling 2000"; (7) "Connecticut's New Defense Industry: Its Schools"; (8) "An Appreciation of Basic Cultural Diversity"; (9) "Health and Physical Fitness Do Relate to Learning"; (10) "The Support of Parents is Basic"; (11) "Kindergarten: We Must Listen to Children"; (12) "The New Approach to Foreign Language: Do It!": (13) "Mathematics and the Use of Technology"; (14) "Effective Teachers: The Key to Successful Schools"; (15) "Partnerships for Effective Schools: The Role of the School Psychologist"; (16) "Home-School Relationships: A New Dimension"; (17) "An Anathema to the Teaching of Science: The Structure of the School Day"; (18) "Needed: Habits of the Mind, Not a Cocktail Curriculum"; (19) "Meet the Needs of Students through Collaboration"; (20) "For Effective Schooling, Teachers Need Support"; (21) "Early Childhood Education: Dealing with the Whole Child"; and (22) "Music for the Development of the Whole Person." (LL)
Connecticut Education Association, Capitol Place, Suite 500, 21 Oak Street, Hartford, CT 06106-8001 ($5).
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Connecticut Education Association, Hartford.
Identifiers - Location: Connecticut